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Kahn Design Land Rover Defender 90 widebody

Widebody conversion gives dependable Defender 90 more muscle

Toni Avery
Mar 15, 2013

British styling specialists Kahn Design is perhaps best known for its Range Rover conversions but we recently saw this widebody kit for the venerable Land Rover Defender 90 and could resist it's chunky good looks.

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The exterior options include the four front and rear widebody fenders that add girth and house integrate vents accented with mesh inserts.

The bigger fenders allow 18x8" Kahn RS wheels to be fitted. These were finished in satin black to highlight the red brake calipers behind. The extended wheel arches are also satin black.

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There are additional mesh-covered side vents, as well as similar items on the hood and the Kahn front grille.

The satin black roof leads to the Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover, with Kahn crosshair exhaust tips adding a further flourish.

Interior options are diverse and will dress up the utilitarian Defender with bucket seats finished in black leather with Harris Tweed inserts and silver stitching. There's also a billet steering wheel, red tacho and a Churchill clock in red. LED interior lighting creates a unique ambience and the machined aluminum pedals finish things off.

If these upgrades aren't sufficient, Kahn Design also offers a variety of exterior and interior colors.

To view more vehicles by Kahn Design, visit the website at

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